|Interview to Amy Gahran - Laura Lo Forti for the Center for Citizen Media|
Amy Grahan is the creator of the weblog www.contentious.com,which offers news on how we communicate in the online age. She is a conversational media consultant, content strategist, and freelance writer/editor. In this interviews she talks about accuracy and transparency in journalism.
Keywords: Citizen Media; Journalism; Coversational Media; Participatory Media
|We Media: How audiences are shaping the future of news and information - Shayne Bowman and Chris Willis|
A groundbreaking whitepaper about the changes in the media world that are propelling the grassroots media revolution.
Keywords: we media; media; citizens media; participatory media; blogging
|We Media - Shayne Bowman Chris Willis|
"We Media: How audiences are shaping the future of news and information" is a groundbreaking whitepaper about the changes in the media world that are propelling the grassroots media revolution.
Keywords: we media; media; citizens media; participatory media; blogging
|An Introduction to Web 2.0 - Michael Coghlan|
Presentation to TAFE SA's LEARN Network in October, 2007
Keywords: web2.0 networkedlearning participatory media connectivism newlearning
|Public Access TV and Participatory Media - The Family Tree on WRBB 104.9 FM|
Hiram Scott (Boston Neighborhood Producers' Group) and Colin Rhinesmith discuss Public Access TV and Participatory Media on hour 2 of "The Family Tree" (WRBB 104.9FM) in Boston, MA (April 1, 2007).
Keywords: public_access_tv; participatory_media; web_2.0
|SourceCode Seaon 1: Episode 1 - Free Speech TV|
Democratic commotion: DNC in boston - look at the exclusion of progressive activism from the convention. chat with Corpwatch on how coprorations influence democracy and the election process. DC underground report on the criminalization of dissent. This is a low quality FLV version. can use VLC to play http://www.videolan.org/vlc/ on many OS/platforms.
Keywords: free speech tv; independent media; participatory media; activism; TV; show; DNC; politics; capitalism; democracy
|SourceCode Season 1: Episode 10 - Free Speech TV|
Why Vote?: An analysis of the voting process in Florida for the upcoming election, with a focus on voter scrubbing,voter disenfranchisement , and election machines.
Keywords: free speech tv; independent media; participatory media; activism; TV; show; voting; election; electronic voting machine
|SourceCode Season 1: Episode 6 - Free Speech TV|
Body Politics: A focused look at the healthcare crisis with an analysis of health insurance and rising healthcare and prescription costs juxtaposed against the rising profits of the pharmaceutical and insurance industries. Includes an interview with author Dr. Sheldon Krimski. Also presented is a discussion with George Martinez of the national hip-hop association about the concerns on the minds of young people acros the nation.
Keywords: free speech tv; independent media; participatory media; activism; TV; show; body politics; health care; health insurance
|SourceCode Season 1: Episode 4 - Free Speech TV|
Jobs and the Economy: A multi-facted look at our economy and the complex social, economic, and political issus that shape it. From the plight of the average worker who faces multiple threats of outsourcing, job destabilization, labor rights erosion, and the vast effects of ( 9/11, corporate war profits, and Bush administration policies ). Interview with No Logo author Naomi Klein and a discussion with Kevin Danaher of Global Exchange.
Keywords: free speech tv; independent media; participatory media; activism; TV; show; economy; jobs; 9/11; social justice
|SourceCode Season 1: Episode 8 - Free Speech TV|
Borders and Walls: A focused look at profiteering at "tough on crime" policies, growing prison populations, and "three-strikes" laws. An interview with human rights activist Rania Masri. Also Third World Majority a media training and production center run by young women of color and their allies.
Keywords: free speech tv; independent media; participatory media; activism; TV; show; racism; human rights; immigrants
|SourceCode Season 1: Episode 7 - Free Speech TV|
Church and State: A look at how the seperation between church and state has been eroded under the Bush administration. Fetaures and interview with Frances Kissling (Catholics for free choice) and Deborah Sweet (Refuse and Resist) discussing the Church's influence on the elections, abortion, and global gag rule. Also a discussion with Dean Spade founder of Sylvia Rivera Law Project covering sexual and gender self-determination and how it is related to the election.
Keywords: free speech tv; independent media; participatory media; activism; TV; show; church; women's right; pro-choice
|SourceCode Season 1: Episode 5 - Free Speech TV|
Resource Wars: A look at how the US environmental policy is adversely impacting our resources, the nation, and the world. Highlights resource mismanagement, corporate manipulation of resources, and givernment ineffeciency. Features a discussion of the Pentagions global warming report and a look at Eco-cycle, a national leader in resource management.
Keywords: free speech tv; independent media; participatory media; activism; TV; show; environmental policy; Eco-Cyle; global warming
|SourceCode Season 1: Episode 3 - Free Speech TV|
Amendment 911: A look at how 911 has evolved in american political and social arenas. Second part of an interview with Noam Chomsky on how American response to 911 has increased the likelihood of another attack. Media Education Foundation report on the appropriation of 911 to suit corporate interests and advance the Neocon Agenda.
Keywords: free speech tv; independent media; participatory media; activism; TV; show; 911; Noam Chomsky; Corporate interests; Neocon Agenda
|SourceCode Season 2- Episode 1: Work/Organize - Free Speech TV|
Episode Work/Organize examines the condition of the worker under global empire, where it's every worker for himself. We'll take you to Bangalore, India call centers; meet workers from Immokalee, Florida forced-labor camps and find out what you can do to help; Liza Featherstone brings you inside the effort to unionize WalMart; join United for a Fair Economy in an anti-Cafta effort. Utah Phillips sings "Bread and Roses" and our friends at Buzzflash offer informed, biting, and very funny commentary...
Keywords: free speech tv; independent media; participatory media; labor issues; workers struggle; labor union; walmart; AFL-CIO; Ken Nash; WalMart Watch; UFE; Liza Featherstone; The Nation; Utah Phillips; Buzzflash
|SourceCode Season 2 - Episode 7: Community/The Stranger - Free Speech TV|
SourceCode looks at America's shifting demographics - how the institutionalized threat of terrorism combined with an uncertain economy has created a climate hostile to immmigrants. The advent of the REAL ID Act, increasing restrictions on legal immigration, growing small-town xenophobia, and renegade self-appointed border patrols are, however, matched by grass-roots groups assisting immigrants, even at great personal risk...
Keywords: free speech tv; independent media; participatory media; Community; immigrants; REAL ID Act; No More Deaths; ACLU; Oaxaca Indigenous Binational Coalition; the Minutemen; immigration, Buzzflash
|Voices from Harare - radio continental drift & event audience 2 Nov 13|
Audience Impromptu With an enthusiastic and active audience, all cultural producers in their own right, we produced an impromptu sound-piece together, edited it in the open source software Audacity and uploaded the track to the All Africa Sound Map. Click to listen to the piece on the global Map: http://aporee.org/maps/?loc=20226 at a workshop event at Goethe Zentrum/ German Society, 2nd Nov. 2013 content of the workshop: Digital Storytelling How can creative producers in Zimbabwe make use of di...
Keywords: Africa; Zimbabwe; Harare; audience; Goethe Institut; German Society; music; storytelling; song, All Africa Sound Map, workshop, training, creative media, ICTs, open source, participatory media, radio continental drift
|SourceCode Season 2 - Episode 8: Justice for Whom? - Justice for Whom?|
Justice for Sale: when private interest groups pressure judges to rule according to popular sentiment, by hiding behind controversial subjects like abortion, Americans can't get their day in court. Come to Tennessee where judges are refusing to hear unpopular parental notification cases, and turning teens away.
Keywords: free speech tv; independent media; participatory media; justice; Tenessee; Justice at Stake; Marshall Rosenberg; Restorative Justice; non-violent communication; Ed Sanders; Josh Wolf; Supreme Court
|SourceCode Season 2 - Episode 10: Election Fraud - Free Speech TV|
How many rigged elections will we stand for? SourceCode brings you the latest information from Ohio and New Mexico, where whistleblowers from inside the election business are hoping to win lawsuits....to guarantee a verifiable and fair election process in 06. Don't miss Sherole Eaton's story - she saw the official from Triad dismantle a computerized voting machine before the results were counted. And software designer Clint Curtis took a polygraph to back up his story that he was asked to write ...
Keywords: free speech tv; independent media; participatory media; presediential election; US Politics; corruption; Electronic Voting Machine; election fraud; Diebold; whistleblower; Ohio; 2004 election; Blackfire; Native AMerican; New Mexico; Clint Curtis; Brad Friedman; Bradblog; George W Bush; election fraud; paper ballot
|SourceCode Season 2 - Episode 6: New Orleans/Sacrificial Zone - Free Speech TV|
Accusations of racism and classism in the aftermath of Hurrican Katrina demand we open these issues to public debate. Join Amiri Baraka, Damu Smith, Dr. Beverly Wright, Malik Rahim, Food Not Bombs, and many survivors.
Keywords: free speech tv; independent media; participatory media; Katrina; racism; poverty; race; class; AMiri Baraka; Damu Smith; Beverly Wright; environmental racism; Cancer Alley; FEMA; Malik rahim; Common Ground; 9th Ward; hurricane; Food Not Bombs
|SourceCode Season 3 - Episode 1: Climate Change - Free Speech TV|
What do you do when the top level leaders in your Country refuse to comply with international agreements about global warming? You make them irrelevant and work locally. This episode, meet the Mayors, who are making sure their cities meet or beat Kyoto greenhouse gas emmission reductions. Hear from Daphne Wysham about the hidden victims of carbon trading (which we just found out is managed by the World Bank...
Keywords: free speech tv; independent media; participatory media; global warming; greenhouse effect; climate change; UNFCCC; Apathy is Boring; United Nations; Greenpeace; Mayors Climate INitiative; Kevin Nobloch; Union of Concerned Scientists; Cape Farewell
|SourceCode Season 3 - Episode 7: Capitalism vs Environment - Free Speech TV|
Is an environmentally sustainable economy, possible? Hear from Hunter Lovins on “natural capitalism”….an economy that attempts to take everything of value into account, including human resources and living systems. Then, what would you do if a toxic factory set up shop in your backyard? One group of local activists is taking on the multinational company CEMEX. Artist Roxy Paine and critic John Yao present an installation piece addressing industry’s devastating impact on land And first, a...
Keywords: free speech tv; independent media; participatory media; activism; TV; show; sustainable development; economy; World Social Forum; Medea Benjamen; Global Exchange; Hugo Chavez; globalization; Bolivarian; Hunter Lovens; Cemex; Aspen Institute; Roxy Paine
|SourceCode Season 2 - Episode 4: Greed/Water - Free Speech TV|
Big business is turning off the tap....the global corporate/government effort to privatize water is causing suffering and violence around the world. Join Vandana Shiva, Tony Clarke, Maude Barlow, and activist group Public Citizen as they report from India, Bolivia, Canada....and neighborhoods like yours.
Keywords: free speech tv; independent media; participatory media; privatization; corporate globalization; water; Vandana Shiva; Maude Barlow; Bolivia; RFK Jr; Robert F Kennedy Jr; Public Citizen; Thirst; Ed Sanders; Tony Clarke; Polaris
|SourceCode Season 3 - Episode 6: Environmental Cost of War - Free Speech TV|
While the death and destruction caused by war is reason enough to examine our current state of militarism, SourceCode investigates longterm costs of war's damage to the environment. Weapons of Mass Destruction in Washington DC? Chemical weapons from World War One were buried in the Spring Valley neighborhood in our nation's capital. Army Corp of Engineer whistleblowers tour us around the most toxic of the sites...
Keywords: free speech tv; independent media; participatory media; activism; TV; Military; Neocon; Veterans; Whistleblowers; International Action Center; depleted uranium; Ramsey Clark; Eden Again; Chris Hume; truthout; Spring Valley; munitions dump; WW II; Thurston Moore; Anne Waldman; Baghdad Space Sharing
|SourceCode Season 3 - Episode 8: Sustainability and Alternatives - Free Speech TV|
While we usually hear about environmental problems and the difficulty of finding soluions, SourceCode takes a look at some sustainable alternatives. We'll show you the largest urban garden in America in South Central LA, and their struggle to keep their farm alive. Then, come to San Francisco, where the city government has decided to implement the precautionary principle in their decison making. And across the Bay Bridge, see how the collaboration of national, regional, and grassroots organizati...
Keywords: free speech tv; independent media; participatory media; activism; TV; Environmental Problems; Sustainable Development; Urban Garden; Los Angeles; San Francisco; precautionary principle; Carolyn Raffensperger; 7th generation; Apollo Alliance; Ella Baker Center; Alliance for West Oakland Development; Dykstra; Clean Alternatives
|SourceCode Season 3 - Episode 5: First Nation rights - Free Speech TV|
Most Americans know the story of the Trail of Tears; settlers in the New World felt they had more right to the land than the people who were in fact here first. It seems that this attitude has not quite vanished when it comes to Native American land and resources. SourceCode visits the Skull Valley Goshute Reservation in Utah where nuclear waste dumping has caused one Goshute member to stand up for preservation of their land...
Keywords: Free Speech TV; Independent Media; Participatory Media; Social Justice; movement building; Indigenous Rights; Eloise Cobell; Grassy Narrows; First Nations; Skull Valley; Goshute; Indian Land Trust; Blackfire; Gwichʼin; Gwitchin; Rainforest Action Network
|SourceCode Season 2 - Episode 5: Rights/Exception - Free Speech TV|
Since 9/11 the bush administration has created a State of Exception, where the Constition and human rights are being suspended "in order to save them". Jim Hightower, Richard Grossman - activist and author, Rachel Meerapol from the Center for Constitional Rights talk about rights; meet John Graham who found himself on a terrorist list; the Ella Baker Center; Bernie Sanders.
Keywords: free speech tv; independent media; participatory media; US Politics; racism; imperialism; oil; 9-11; Jim Hightower; Richard Grossman; Center for Constitutional Rights; Bernie Sanders; David Cole; The Nation; Patriot Act; Ella Baker Center; California Youth Authority; prison; prison system; prison industrial complex; Van Jones; Surveillance Camera Players; 1982
|SourceCode Season 3 - Episode 9: New Orleans: Civil Rights from Ruin - Free Speech TV|
They’re not refugees, the more 300,000 people of New Orleans who were driven from their homes by Hurricane Katrina, and prevented from returning by their city, state and federal governments. They are citizens, and their civil and human rights have been trampled by an unjust system that is becoming LESS just with each passing day. The people of New Orleans are now threatened with losing their VOTES, and they are responding with community involvement that’s spilling out from courtrooms and int...
Keywords: free speech tv; independent media; participatory media; activism; TV; Katrina; racism; civil rights; human rights; environmental racism; rebuild; COmmon Ground; Jesse Jackson; New Orleans; election; Voters Rights Act; Jerome Smith; CC Campbell-Rock; St. Augustine Church; Treme Brass Band; Malik Rahim
|SourceCode Season 2 - Episode 9: Proxy War - Free Speech TV|
When war-fighters are company men, can the government win a war? Bunnatine Greenhouse blows the whistle on Army Contracting procedures; Pratap Chaterjee on corporate abuse of international workers in this war; Halliburon Watch tells what you can do; Andrea Gibson performs a piece on a different proxy war.
Keywords: free speech tv; independent media; participatory media; war; imperialism; corporate globalization; capitalism; war profiteering; proxy war; military contract; Army Corps of Engineers; Bunny Greenhouse; whistleblower; Pratap Chaterjee; CorpWatch; contractors; Iraq war; Deborah Avant; Ari Berman; The Nation; Halliburton; Halliburton Watch; KBR; Andrea Gibson; poetry
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|SourceCode Season 3 - Episode 3: Enemies of the Environment - Free Speech TV|
Three pro-enterprise men - a politician, a crooked businessman, and a radical right-winger, are waging the most damaging war against the environment in US history. Meet the writer of the worst anti-environmental legislation Richard Pombo; and Charles Hurwitz, who is trying to make a quick buck on the last of the ancient redwoods, and who used profits from the S & L scandal to buy up the trees; and Ron Arnold, father of the Wise Use movement, who thinks that property is a civil right...
Keywords: Free Speech TV; Independent Media; Participatory Media; Social Justice; movement building; environment; anti-environmental legislation; Wise Use Movement; RIchard Pombo; Kelpie Wilson; truhtout; Ron Arnold; conservation; Bay Area Coalition for Headwaters; Hurwitz; Pacific Lumber; Delay; Abramoff; Wolfcam; Sam Easterson; Bay area; Headwaters forest
|SourceCode Season 3 - Episode 10: Immigration Emergency? - Free Speech TV|
Are you going to sit by drinking latte while your government begins rounding up the 12 million? 30 Billion in 2006 is being spent, regardless of any new immigration bill. And no surprise, it's being forked over in large part to Halliburton's KBR for "immigration emergency" plans now being executed to detect, detain and deport any immigrant without papers, and anyone who helps them. Don't want a prison camp in your backyard? Speak up now...
Keywords: free speech tv; independent media; participatory media; activism; TV; activism; civil disobedience; grassroots organizing; immigration; neocon; patriot act; racism; reality creation; Sensenbrenner; emergency; detention camps; Beech Grove, IN; New America Media; protest; El Inmigrante; immigration protest; immigration rally; Mexico; border; illegal aliens